Judy Lamppu
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Judy’s music-film credits include 3 features for Chako Productions - title songs: “Forever And Beyond,” “The Survival Game” and “Bouncin’ Back,” distributor, Toho worldwide.

Music for TV documentaries: “Last Of The American Hobos” (5 songs) for Public Broadcasting and cable syndication; “Rape of The Environment” for KTLA, L.A. and syndication; after school special, “Antonio And The Mayor” (co-wrote with Mort Stevens) for CBS-TV, the TV pilot for the “Minnie Pearl Show” (4 songs under direction of Lionel Newman) for Fox/April Blackwood Music, and Judy was Co-executive producer/music supervisor for “The Youth in Film Awards,” an independent pilot.

Song credits for Jobete/Motown (The Jackson Five), London Records (Hodges, James & Smith), Capitol Records (Nancy Wilson), and a special project for James Brown’s label Starday King (Mayor of Macon, GA, Ronnie Thompson) and Pete Records (published Melon Music/Shelby Singleton Music). Judy also produced “America Speaks from the Heart,” a CD in honor of the victims of 9/11 from which funds were raised for the Twin Towers Orphans Fund. She sang one the songs on that CD, “Candle in the Rain.”

Judy wrote the lyrics for 11 of the 12 songs on Finnish recording artist, Bianca Morales’ CD, “I’ve Been Dreamin’ and just finished the English translation of 13 Finnish songs for Ms. Morales’ latest Jazz CD, “When in Rome.” She also completed an English version of 2 songs for Bianca’s upcoming Christmas CD.

Judy sings both as soloist and with groups which have included: “Code 3,” “The TreasureTones,” for AIP Films, “The Galaxies” for Capitol Records and “The Century Five” for Belmont Records, Bob & Judy for Ramshorn Records, Chad & Judy for 20th Century Fox TV (“Minnie Pearl Show” pilot).

Earlier was featured singer/soloist on “The Beach Party Album” for Gary Paxton’s GARPAX label, on a newly release compilation CD of surfer music. In a related project, Judy’s picture in her go-go bikini covers the back cover (with more photos and interviews inside) of Stephen McParland’s new book from his website (http://www.garyusher.com/cmusic.html): “BIKINIS, BLACK DENIM AND BITCHEN SOUNDS “A Musical Appreciation of Female Surf, Hot-Rod and Related Recordings 1961-1967.

The highlight of her screenwriting career is a two-hour 1991 season-opener for “Columbo” entitled “Caution, Murder Can Be Hazardous to Your Health,” (under her nom-de-plume Sonia Wolf.)

Memberships: WGA, west; NARAS; ASCAP; Entertainment Coalition (ECO*USA), Society of Composers and Lyricists, NSAI, Board member and Secretary & Membership Chair for L.A. WoMen In Music; and board member for Namaste Interfaith Community Center.